How to Calculate Load Bearing Beams?

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Calculators on the internet can be used to get an idea of what the answer is; however, ensuring all calculations were correct is not possible. Consulting a professional, especially when building, is advised.
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How to Calculate Load Bearing Beams
The theoretical size of a load bearing beam required to support a particular weight is easy to calculate, but the choice of the actual beam depends on taking into account the factors of the particular situation. To address possible imperfections and weak... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
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